Have you ever asked: Why does my cat...bite me when i try to groom her?...roll over on his back when he greets me?...suck the sleeve of my woollen jumper?...try to sleep in my baby's cot?...refuse to use the litter tray?...bring his prey home to show us? This practical and helpful book, written by a veterinary surgeon who specialises in behaviour therapy, not only provides the answers, but explains how an understanding of feline instincts can enable you to deal with behaviour that may be a problem to you but is often perfectly normal. Your cat is still very similar to the tiger in the jungle, and the book's A to Z of cat behaviour could be an eye-opener in helping you to appreciate why your pet's natural instincts motivate her to respond in a certain way to situations in the home. By redirecting those instincts, or removing the stimulus that provokes an unwelcome reaction, you will make it possible for your cat to be herself without disrupting the household. With many fascinating insights, and a valuable alphabetical section of advice on specific problems, 'Why Does My Cat...?' ensures that your free-spirited, much loved cat will remain a source of joy and happiness and not become a doubtful blessing in your life.